Fifty years ago Mrs Robinson seduced The Graduate and became a legend in her own leopard print. But what makes a woman become like Mrs Robinson? And what happened to her next? In this funny, thought-provoking and uplifting show, Fiona Coffey and her fabulous dashing musicians, Michael Roulston and Jonathan"Kitch" Kitching, use slinky jazz and sixties pop from artists such as Cilla Black, Burt Bacharach and The Kinks, to trace Mrs Robinson's journey from college girl to embittered housewife to suburban swinger. Enter our prize-winning competition for the best Mrs Robinson pick-up line and discover a surprisingly inspirational message from cinema's greatest cougar! Could a touch of Mrs Robinson change your life? A Touch of Mrs Robinson has played to sell out audiences for the past two years featuring in the 2016 London Festival of Cabaret, and several venues outside London most recently at the Komedia for the 2017 Brighton Festival Fringe. This is the first London preview of a new one-act version of the show which will be at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe from 4th-26th August at Greenside Venues, Infirmary Street. What audiences say: "A touch of Mrs Robinson is a stroke of genius. Revolutionary Road meets Mad Men." "Sassy, funny and moving" "A captivating and delightful evening of first-rate cabaret"
Venue Details & Map
The Bridge House Delamere TerraceW2 6ND
- 0207289 6054